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The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge Drinker (2007)

A promising track star, 18 year old Jesse Brenner struggles with binge drinking during her freshman year of college.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sadie Brenner
Brent C.S. O'Connor ...
Grace Sherman ...
Asia Lim ...
Colby Wilson ...
Vonda Moss (as Brenda M. Crichlow)
Grad Student
Ed Martin


As mother's girl, Jessie got good enough grades and track and field results to be the Brenner family's first going to college. But her immaturity soon allows addiction to alcohol in the Greek life, which her lewd dorm mate Shanna introduces her to, wrecking both college pursuits. She also wastes her virginity without asking questions, then dumps the dream prince for not being monogamous, only to become another party slut. Only musically gifted Colin is a good influence. Only after an Internat scandal, mother discovers the extent of Jessie's orgiastic debauchery. Written by KGF Vissers

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A little freedom can be a dangerous thing.








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26 March 2007 (USA)  »

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While filming the director would always have a drink in his hand See more »


After Jesse loses her cell phone after a night of drinking, she gets a new one that is completely different. But after she loses it her cell phone changes back and forth between the first one she lost and the new one she got afterwards. See more »


References Zoolander (2001) See more »


Written by Eric J. Marshall and Christopher Bradstreet
Performed by Eric James
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Good TV Movie, But Not Realistic..
23 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The movie title and the fact that this is a Lifetime movie, gives you the basics.

You know that this is a cheesy movie with a "made for TV" feel. However, if you enjoy those type of movies (like I do), you will most likely enjoy this flick as well.

As expected, there are a lot of unrealistic scenes. The first thing that jumped out at me, was how our main character is *startled* when SEEING a bottle of champagne. She literally jumps. I don't know who makes it to college without witnessing some underage drinking. Personally, I didn't drink until my 24th birthday, but I DID witness plenty of it in high school and college. Never SEEING people drink is very unrealistic.

Also, her Mother becomes suspicious when she calls her daughter at 2:30 in the afternoon and her daughter is taking a nap. I'm sorry, but is that really THAT crazy? Aren't college students allowed to nap? I remember taking many naps after cramming in the library (and being out late as well). I am a parent now, and I would not be scared if my daughter was napping while she was away at college. They really played that up.

Funny note: pay attention to the fraternity "Luau" party. The guy who asks her to dance - as he walks off to dance, he does the SILLIEST, most badly-staged dance I have ever seen. It literally made me laugh out loud, no joke! I think they also overdid the "binge" drinking. The timeline doesn't add up. I wouldn't call a college student getting drunk 3x's between September and January a "problem" drinker. I would call someone getting drunk nightly or weekly a "problem". But 3 times over the course of several months (esp. in college), is not that insane. Granted, they do show the drinking increasing as the school year progresses, but it still never shocked me.

Also, this entire movie is narrated by our main character - literally, the whole thing. It's very odd. It didn't bother me that much, but again, I think it would have been a little less cheesy without it.

They also have a WET T-SHIRT CONTEST WITH THEIR BIKINI TOPS ON UNDERNEATH THE WHITE T-SHIRTS!!!! They eventually take it off, but omg...funniest scene ever. At the beginning of the contest, the main character is sober and laughs at the girls who are doing the contest. At the end of the contest (apparently after a single drink) she is up on stage as well. So yea...apparently she went from stone-cold sober, to drunk and peeling her clothes off in a few minutes? Please.

Speaking of our main gal, she is painfully thin in this movie. She looks like she suffers from a possible eating disorder (another Lifetime movie perhaps..lol).

All in all, give this movie a shot if you like made-for-TV movies that are cheese ball. It is better than the last few LMN movies that I watched. I don't think males would like this one - it's definitely a chick movie, and definitely more of a comedy than drama.


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